‘Won’t Go Nanny’ Finally Leaves Upland Family’s Home
UPLAND (CBSLA.com) — The so-called Nightmare Nanny has moved on.
Last month, Diane Stretton made international headlines when she refused to leave the home where she had been working as a nanny for about two months.
The couple who hired her, Marcel and Ralph Bracamonte, said they fired Stretton after she refused to do the job they hired her for as nanny and light housekeeper.
Stretton said she had free room and board in exchange for her services. Stretton said the family kept making her additional demands and she quit, but she said she was going to move when she was good and ready.
The Bracamontes tried to evict her, but a judge sided with the nanny.
From there, in a story first reported by KCAL9’s Amy Johnson in June, the story went viral.
After some legal wrangling, KCAL9’s Tom Wait reports, the nanny has left.
She left a few personal items in the house but doesn’t expect to return to get them.
At this writing, he also said there are no pending lawsuits from either side.
No word on where Stretton is now living or working.